It’s Fat Tuesday! Today will be a bright sunshiny day with highs approaching the middle 40’s. Winds will be blowing at a clip of 10-to-20+mph from the west.
Wednesday will be sunny intitially with clouds increasing in the evening. Highs will be near 40.
The track of a storm from Wednesday night through Thursday morning is still questionable.
The best case scenario is that it completely misses southern New England.
However, it has the potential of impacting areas south of the Mass Pike in the following way… Southern Plymouth and Bristol Counties could get 2-to-4 inches. The remainder of Plymouth and Bristol Counties to Norfolk County might see a coating to 2 inches. There will be flurries around the Mass Pike and dry north of the Pike.
So, those are the two differing solutions.
We will continue to monitor this track, and keep you updated.
Valentine’s Day (Thursday) will become sunnier. Highs will hover near the 40 mark.
Friday will be mostly sunny with highs edging closer and closer to 50!
This morning, the long-range models have a big storm developing far offshore.
So, for the meantime, we will have some snow showers around on Saturday with a dry day on Sunday.
Highs will be colder on Saturday with the mercury rising into the upper 30’s.
Sunday will be even colder with highs around 30.